KLFW22: Looks We Loved From Day 3

Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week day 3 brought us star-studded looks that have us pinning for more. From a chiffon off-the-shoulder dress to a subtly bold, coal-black suit and a floral-printed co-ord set, there’s nothing we didn’t like about day three.

Scroll below to see our favourite looks!

Syomirizwa Gupta

Playing with bright, bold colours – Syomirizwa Gupta celebrated his 20th anniversary in fashion with a summer-infused collection. From structured playsuits to dramatic flowy dresses and flower-printed co-ord sets, everything mesmerised us. It’s chic, playful, and made the right statement.

Rizman Ruzaini

Showcasing the iconic Valentino Pink across all of his looks, Rizman Ruzaini took glam to a whole new level with his collection. Accentuating fringex, bold sleeves, sequins, and faux fur – all of the elaborate dresses punctuated glitz and glamour. 

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Qurated x Iconcraft

Qurated x Iconcraft showed a flurry of tie-dye getups, eccentric printed dresses, boldly structured suits, and floral-infused garments. Featuring the work of different designers, each look had a fiery personality. The collection played with myriad bright colours, fabrics, textures, and materials.



Whether it was a breezy chiffon frock or a puff-sleeved slit dress, Glancez gave us ocean vibes with their collection. Showcasing iridescent, glitter, and black hues, the collection saw strapless dresses, top-to-bottom sequins, and water-coloured puff dresses. It was all very whimsical and unconventional.

Dickson Lim

A blazer is arguably the most versatile wardrobe staple for men and women. Dickson Lim’s ultra-cool contemporary collection took us from the boardroom to the bar in style. Turning the defined and restricted look into a fashion statement, Lim’s collection showcased slacks, suits and blazers, in unorthodox cutting, colours and shapes.

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Zero To Ten


Following the famous structured and contemporary theme seen on the runway of late, Zero To Ten also redefined the stuffy, formal dress code. Their collection spotlighted well-tailored blazers in Valentino Pink, as well as neutral and grey hues on top of extravagant, bold dresses. The combination of quirky and conventional made the collection a strong contender.